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Enhance Your Data Governance To Meet New Privacy Mandates

The EU's GDPR Will Require Firms To Be More Transparent With Their Customers' Data

March 28, 2017

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Data governance traditionally addresses privacy simply by classifying data for masking or anonymization. But the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will change that. It introduces new consumer rights, requires the involvement of stakeholders beyond legal and security teams, and creates new responsibilities (and new fines). This means firms can no longer manually manage their customers' data privacy. This report explains how enterprise architecture (EA) pros can add privacy management and benefit from impact analysis and soft collaboration among stakeholders.

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Table of Contents

  • The GDPR Brings New Rights To Consumers And Challenges To Firms
  • Adapt Your Data Governance In Five Areas
  • Data Governance Tooling Industrializes Governance For Privacy
  • Recommendations

  • Make DGSD A Critical Part Of Your Strategy To Comply With The GDPR
  • What It Means

  • Privacy Will Be Fundamental To Consumer Trust And Engagement
  • Supplemental Material
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